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By Roger L. Zissu
In the United States, federal Courts of Appeals' decisions are rendered by three judge panels unless a panel decision is reviewed and decided en banc, that is, by the entire court.
By Charles Weigell
The recently filed lawsuit by Nikola Corp. against Tesla, Inc. over semi-truck designs illustrates various enforcement issues regarding design patents, and also provides insights into how multiple design patents ...
By Maritza Schaeffer
While the Chinese government has been updating its intellectual property laws to target bad-faith trademark filings, in a recent matter before the Beijing High Court, Victoria's Secret was unable to meet the threshold ...
By Robin Baydurcan
A draft agreement on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU, announced in March 2018, states that until the end of the transition period on December 31, 2020, there will be no difference in the protection and enforcement ...
By Janet Hoffman
Prior to 1999, all the SCHWEPPES trademarks ("SCHWEPPES Marks") registered in the European Economic Area ("EEA"), including in the UK, were owned by Cadbury Schweppes.
By Todd Martin
On May 25, 2018, the European General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") went into effect.
By Karen Lim
On May 18, 2018 a Decree amending certain articles of the present Industrial Property Law and introducing new trademark provisions was published in the Official Federation Gazette in Mexico.
By Robin Baydurcan
A decision last year from the highest body within the Turkish Court of Appeal system held that the addition of a house mark does not mitigate likelihood of confusion.
By Jason Jones
In 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court held in B&B Hardware, Inc. v. Hargis Industries, Inc., 135 S.Ct 1293 (2015), that a decision of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ...
By Karen Lim
Amendments to China's Unfair Competition Law came into effect on January 1, 2018.
By Maritza Schaeffer
The ECJ concluded that the clause in Coty's selective distribution agreement is not in violation of governing competition law, assuming the clause meets several conditions.
By Katherine Lyon Dayton
Toyota's first commercial use anywhere of the PRIUS mark was in 1995 at the Tokyo Motor Show.
By David Ehrlich
Under a new procedure in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, trademark registration maintenance and renewal filings are randomly selected for audit when the goods or services list includes multiple items.
By Stephen Bigger
In a decision which has received considerable local commentary in Australia, the equity division of the New South Wales Supreme Court has granted a worldwide injunction against Twitter (namely Twitter Inc., ...
By Jennifer Insley-Pruitt
The TTAB disregarded that claim, noting that Moreno was a reseller, not a manufacturer, and finding that the quality control was therefore inherent in the license itself.